Hans Aalderink, expert subsurface and groundwater quality and coordinating our contribution to the event says; “Connecting science, cities, industries, and utilities water could serve as a catalyst to solve societal challenges and contributes to achieve to SDG’s.”
The sixth edition of the Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW) takes place on 1 – 5 November. The overall theme is Blue-Green deals with Integrated Solutions.
Our special session on MarkerWadden an archipelago of nature islands in the Markermeer lake as a solution for biodiversity loss and water quality decline is also possible to visit in person.
But we do understand that outside the borders of the European Union it may be still difficult to travel. A good reason for the special session on water scarcity for industries (WaterLoupe) to opt for an online session.
Our contributions to the programme
|1 november, 14.00 - 15.00, Online conference, free access||Water scarcity for industries – What about the value of water?||Sophie Vermooten|
|4 november, 09.00 - 12.45, By invitation only||Round Table 15 Pollution-free rivers? Steps in the future water quality||Petra Krystek, Hans Aalderink, Anniek de Jong|
|4 november, 09.00 - 09.15, In person conference in the RAI||Keynote ‘Clean Water and Ecosystem Restoration’||Ellis Penning|
|4 november, 12.45 - 13.45, In person conference in the RAI||MarkerWadden; an integrated solution for biodiversity loss and water quality decline||Sacha de Rijke and Stephanie IJff|
|5 november, 09.00 - 09.15, In person conference in the RAI||Plenary keynote Risk and Resilience||Bart van den Hurk|